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Epidermal secretions and the evolution of venom glands in fishes.
Toxins from the box-jellyfish Chironex fleckeri.
Widespread but variable toxicity in scleractinian corals.
Nutritional Influences on Adrenal Chromaffin Cell Development: Comparison with Central Neurons
The results suggest that, unlike central transmitter systems, maturation of chromaffin cells is adversely affected by neonatal nutritional deprivation; ontogenetic gains may already be close to optimum at normal nutritional status.
Stage‐specific expression patterns of alkaline phosphatase during development of the first arch skeleton in inbred C57BL/6 mouse embryos
3‐D reconstruction of expression in Meckel's cartilage revealed that the chondrocytes of Meckels cartilage which express alkaline phosphatase and the matrix of which undergoes mineralisation are those surrounded by the alkalineosphatase‐positive dentary ramus, suggesting that progenitor cells of the processes, dentaries and secondary cartilages all originate from a common pool.
Some Aspects of the Behaviour of the Soldier Crab, Mictyris longicarpus
- A. Cameron
- 1 April 1966
The pattern of behaviour to be described has been previously overlooked because of the immediate flight and burrowing reactions of soldier crabs to the disturbing influence of observers.
Reproductive development and functions in the rat after repeated maternal deprivation stress.
- C. Lau, G. Klinefelter, A. Cameron
- Biology, PsychologyFundamental and applied toxicology : official…
- 1 April 1996
Maternal separation stress in itself did not appear to alter the maturation of reproductive organs and functions, although potential interactions of stress responses with a toxicant should still be considered.
Intracolonial variation in toxicity in scleractinian corals.
Acetaminophen-induced hepatic glycogen depletion and hyperglycemia in mice.
Circulating steroids in male rats following inhalation of n-alcohols.
- A. Cameron, K. Zahlsen, E. Haug, O. G. Nilsen, K. Eik‐Nes
- MedicineArchives of toxicology. Supplement. = Archiv fur…
A significant depression in the concentration of circulating T was found after the first 6 h exposure to the respective alcohols with restoration after a recovery period of 18 h, except in rats exposed to n-butanol where a depression of 48% could still measured.